Lakewood Public Works Code Enforcement Officer Mordechai Holder tells TLS that due to Erev Pesach coinciding with Good Friday, and Pesach coming in early this year, the Lakewood Township Public Works will be slightly changing up the annual Pesach cleaning.
In addition to the satellite sites, the Resident drop off (The Hill) will have extended hours starting March 19th through the 23rd, opening at 7:30am and closing at 7pm.
On March 26th, through the 28th the Resident drop off (The Hill) will be opening from 7:30am and closing at 11:00pm.
Starting THURSDAY March 29th the Resident drop off will be open from 7am until 12pm Friday March 30th
There will be Eight (8) satellite sites for the Pesach pick up this year. The locations will be:
1– The Lakewood Resident drop off at 1 America Ave.
2 – 9th & Clifton.
3 – 9th & Forest Ave.
4 – Brook Road Park.
5 – Sunset Road Park.
6 – West Gate on Hillside Blvd.
7 – Patrick Park. Located off of Vine Ave
8 – D’Zio Park Located off of Locust Street
The hours of operation for the satellite sites are: Opening on Thursday March 29th from 7am going through the night and closing at 12pm Friday march 30th
In addition to the extended hours and satellite sites, Zones 1 and 2 (Monday and Tuesday Garbage pickup days) will be having an extra pick up to help lighten the burden of the heavily congested areas. Zone 1 (Monday) will have an extra pick up on Wednesday March 28 and Zone 2 (Tuesday) will have its extra pick up on Thursday March 29.
Here is a list of what you can bring to the resident drop off and satellite sites: Couches, chairs, sofas, doors, tables, all household furniture All household electronics and E-Waste. All metal, refrigerators, grills, and other household appliances. We have special containers for clothes and shredded paper.
Prohibited items that the Resident drop off and the satellite sites cannot accept are: Tires, pallets, batteries, home renovations or DIY projects. Wood, paint, household chemicals, commercial construction and/or demolition material, large amounts of wood, cabinets, drywall, sheetrock, plaster and concrete.
Please do not put bulk trash out unless you have a scheduled appointment.
All materials brought to and/or picked up by Lakewood Township Public Works can be denied at the discretion of its management.
“Thank you for helping us help you,” says Holder.